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Director Roger Mathey and Seat of the Pants Productions return with a solid revival of their 2002 production about four lower-class Edinburgh youth...
It's not so easy to milk laughter from a political nightmare. Or at least that seems to be the lesson offered by director David Fofi's staging of p...
Before there was a Sidney Poitier, a Denzel Washington, a Morgan Freeman or a Halle Berry, there was Hattie McDaniel. In the engaging bio-musical Hattie ... What I Need to Know, Vickilyn Reynolds honors the life of this extraordinary entertainer,... More »
On Dec. 30, 2003, just before supper in their New York apartment, Joan Didion's husband and writing partner of almost 40 years, John Gregory Dunne, stopped talking about how World War I had set the stage for a century of world conflict. He... More »
In an apartment kitchen, a man, Quinn (Michael Marc Friedman), is questioning a raddled, nervous woman, Kathy (Lisa Richards). He seems initially to be a defense attorney coaching his client on testimony about some crime she has committed. As the... More »
Religious fundamentalism is alive and well in the United States, making Arthur Miller's heavy-handed take on theocracy and the perils of unbridled mass hysteria worth heeding once again. Bill Voorhees directs this effective production of Miller's... More »
Although coming out is integral to the story, that's not what makes Paul Elliott's drama so involving. It takes place in a small bedroom shared by an intelligent, upbeat teenager named Tyler (Joel Johnstone) and his mean-spirited, homophobic... More »
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